Solve kid-sized dilemmas and mysteries with the Science Solves It! series. These fun books for kids ages 5–8 blend clever stories with real-life science. Why did the dog turn green? Can you control a hiccup? Is that a UFO? Find the answers to these questions and more as kid characters dive into physical, life, and earth sciences.
When Mr. Cooper gives Peggy a new baby duck, she promises to take good care of it. But when Fluff's feathers begin to droop and his eyes are no longer bright and shiny, Peggy discovers why and learns that good nutrition is very important - for growing ducks and growing girls! Books in this perfect STEM series will help kids think like scientists and get ahead in the classroom. Activities and experiments are included in every book! (Level One; Science topic: Nutrition)
About the Author
Jennifer Dussling has written many children's books, including Dino Eggs, Slinky, Scaly Snakes, and One Little Flower Girl. She lives in Huntington, New York. Lynn Adams was born in Pennsylvania and graduated from Moore College of Art and Design. Her illustrations may be seen in Big Hand, Little Hand (Barron’s) and How Many Feet? How Many Tails? (Scholastic), as well as books from Kane Press. In addition, her work has been published in Sesame Street Magazine and she has been designated Illustrator of the Month several times by Highlights for Children. Lynn’s home is Lakewood, Pennsylvania.